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Volume 2017 - Number 6

February 9, 2017

Many Metro Markets Witnessed Record Home Price Highs in 2016, Distressed Sales Down

Home prices in 2016 soared as a number of metropolitan areas reached record new home price highs, according to ATTOM Data Solutionsí yearend report on home sales. Among 201 metropolitan statistical areas with populations of at least 200,000, 44 percent hit new all-time home price peaks last year. Those areas include Dallas-Fort Worth ($230,571), Houston ($214,795), Atlanta ($181,000), Boston ($390,000) and San Francisco ($720,000). Three Ohio markets, Cincinnati, Columbus and Dayton, also reached...

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